Klahowya’s Rachel Bailey is the Olympic League 1A MVP for the second year in a row. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Klahowya’s Rachel Bailey is the Olympic League 1A MVP for the second year in a row. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Olympic All-League volleyball: Klahowya’s Rachel Bailey nabs another MVP

Klahowya’s Rachel Bailey has been named the Olympic League 1A’s Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row.

The Eagles senior captain has been a Swiss Army knife for her team over the past few years, serving as a setter, hitter and defensive player and excelling in all phases of the game.

Bailey, along with first-team players Maile Lueck, Chloe Settle and Katie Cooper, formed the heart of this year’s Klahowya team, which finished with a 14-3 record and once again reached the district tournament.

In the Olympic League 2A, North Kitsap landed three players on the first team — hitters Riley Rabedeaux and Noelani Barreith and setter Sophia Baugh. That trio formed the league’s best offense and led the Vikings to another undefeated league season. Kingston’s Morgan Halady and Hannah Delos Reyes were also first team selections.

Second team picks included Autumn Carver and Joslyn Leage of North Kitsap and Faith Harer of Olympic.

Olympic League 2A (local selections)

First team

Outside hitter — Riley Rabedeaux, North Kitsap, jr.

Setter — Sophia Baugh, North Kitsap, fr.

Middle — Morgan Halady, Kingston, jr.

Libero — Hannah Delos Reyes, Kingston, sr.

Outside hitter — Noelani Barreith, North Kitsap, sr.

Second team

Libero — Autumn Carver, North Kitsap, jr.

Setter — Joslyn Leage, North Kitsap, sr.

Outside hitter — Faith Harer, Olympic, sr.

Olympic League 1A

MVP — Rachel Bailey, Klahowya, sr.

Libero — Maile Lueck, Klahowya, sr.

Middle — Chloe Settle, Klahowya, sr.

Middle — Katie Cooper, Klahowya, jr.

All-League sportsmanship — Emma Orness, North Kitsap, jr.; Gabrielle Johnson, Kingston, sr.; Kaylani Riley, Olympic, sr.; Joeleen Quitugua, Bremerton, jr.; Rachel Bailey, Klahowya, sr.

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